Why Wild Whey?
Whey Protein is, without a doubt, one of the most well-known protein supplements on the market.
Before Arnold pushed weight in Venice Beach, Hippocrates used Whey to treat patients. There is even evidence of whey protein used in the 18th and 19th centuries by spas in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Whey is no longer used solely by competitive bodybuilders or bikini models. Health fanatics have jumped on board and begun to see the benefits of supplementing whey protein into their diets. As the fitness industry has grown and evolved, so has Whey's market and distribution process.
Simply put, whey protein is the liquid left after separating the liquid from cheese curds; a primary process is cheese making. Enzymes and heat are used to start this process.
In cheese making, raw milk often undergoes multiple processes and pasteurization. As a result, it is less abundant in nutrients and the immune-boosting properties that make raw milk so nutritionally potent.
If you know us here at Wild Foods, then you know that this wouldn't fly for us.
Wild Whey is made directly from milk, making it the purest (and best) form of Whey. Wild Whey goes through a single pasteurization process (at low temperatures) and is air-cooled using ambient air temperature. Due to this delicate process, Wild Whey Protein is carefully protected and maintains the highest nutrient profile possible.
As a result of the quality processes and ethical treatment of the cows we use, Wild Whey is one of the best-tasting protein powders on the market. Wild Whey has a slightly milky flavor and tastes great with water or other liquids (try it with Wild Coffee!). Our whey protein never contains added sugar, and our vanilla and chocolate flavors are sweetened with nature's favorite sweet leaf; stevia!
Whey gained so much traction in the health and fitness communities because of its high amino acid content.
Amino acids are the body's building blocks and supportmuscle growth and recovery. Wild Whey Protein is jam-packed with amino acids. Aspartic acid, Cysteine, Glutamic acid, Glycine, Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Serine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Tyrosine, and Valine, to name a few.
Best Way To Use Whey
Add a scoop of Wild Whey Protein to your shaker bottle and shake!
There's an even better way… our favorite way to consume Wild Whey…
At Wild Foods, we like to add a scoop of Wild Whey Protein to our morning coffee! With a hint of sweetness and a creamy texture, it's an excellent substitute for coffee creamer. But we don't add it to hot coffee since that can damage the properties of the Whey that you/we so desperately want in our bodies. Instead, we follow this recipe.
If smoothies are more your style, add some WW to your smoothie packed with banana, cacao, almond, or coconut milk.
Founder/CEO, Wild Foods